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- Culture Campaign has good news about Tyndale House Publishers, who won a lawsuit against the HHS contraceptive mandate.
- Abolitionist Society calls a United Church of Christ congregation to repentance for their support of abortion:
We did this for all of the reasons that we have already given, the reasons that we are abolitionists. The Lord Jesus has commanded us to love our neighbor, and He gave no exceptions and no exemptions to that loving command. It is our joy, privilege, and responsibility to stand up for the preborn and to agitate to inform our culture and destroy misinformation about their daily fate. We sought the repentance of this evil church.
- Kansans for Life says the careless use of social media with regards to the Phill Kline (pictured immediate left) ethics case got a Kansas appellate court clerk fired:
The shocking “tweets” of a Kansas appellate court clerk, during Thursday’s Supreme Court review of ethics charges against former Kansas AG Phill Kline, have earned her a suspension, pending review [AP now reports she has been fired]….The Kline-denigrating tweets of Sarah Peterson Herr [pictured far left] (outed Thursday evening by Operation Rescue) reflect the culture of abortion corruption that has long plagued Kansas as well as a deep, dangerous and pervasive animus towards Kline among the legal authorities in this state.
- Abortion in Washington says Republican politicians should be trained on how to properly articulate the pro-life position:
[They] are not receiving any helpful professional advice from their consultants and advisers on how to message their pro-life position. It’s an after-thought at best….What we need is consultants to train pro-life candidates not just on how to message their pro-life positions, but how to go after and destroy the pro-abortion Democrats for their radical records, and how to proudly go on offense for life and make Democrats wish the topic would go away.